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December 14, 2013
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Eleven of BnT's best made the cut and fished this years TOC in the delta.
Congratulations to Jeff Wilson, your 2013 Bass-n-Tubes TOC champ. Jeff ran the table this weekend with the tourney win, big fish money for both days, and also wins a full day guide trip on the delta with Cooch.
We split the location this year with everyone fishing at Rock Slough launching at Holland Riverside Marina on day one, and on day two the anglers would fish piper Slough launching from Beacon Harbor Marina.
The weather man smiled on us this year with perfect weather both days this weekend, which sort of made up for a tough November bite.
At the end of the first day Steve Lynch would leave the scale with the lead. Steve had 8.86 pounds for 3 fish topped off with a nice 6.21 pound kicker.
Close behind was Jeff Wilson who had 8.74 pounds for 3 fish and a 3.73 pound big fish.
Rounding out the top 3 with the days only limit was Taylor Capilla with 7.83 pounds.
Day two was a new location so it was still anybodies ball game.
At the end of the second day it was Jeff Wilson who ended up at the top of the leader board with 13.15 pounds of Bass for his efforts.
Jeff weighed in 4.41 pounds for 2 fish on day 2 and also had the day 2 big fish at 2.79 pounds.
Finishing the weekend in second place was Taylor Capilla. Taylor brought in 3 fish on day 2 for 3.82 pounds for a total weight of 11.65 pounds.
Steve Lynch had 2 fish for 2.24 pounds on Sunday and ended up taking the third place prize with a 2 day total of 11.10 pounds.
Your BnT 2013 TOC top 3
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